**Answer:** Yes. Maple supports graphic output for many printers and
on many platforms, including imagen 300, DEC ln03, pic, PostScript
and Macintosh plot (for use
with MacMaple).
Even if you're working at an ASCII terminal you can produce
two dimensional character plots. The most common way of producing a
high-quality paper copy of a graph is through PostScript.
Here's an example of how to do this.

A PostScript version of the plot is placed in the file> interface(plotdevice=postscript); > interface(plotoutput=myfile); > K:=(n,t) -> 1/(n+1)*(sin((n+1)*t/2)/sin(t/2))^2; 2 sin(1/2 (n + 1) t) K := (n,t) -> ------------------- 2 (n + 1) sin(1/2 t) > plot({seq(K(n,t),n=1..8)},t=-Pi..Pi,title=`Fejer Kernel`);

The resulting plot, is a plot of the first 8 functions in the Fejer summability kernel (important in theoretical Fourier analysis).

Three-dimesional plots can be produced in exactly the same way (just use a

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